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Ferticult Flushing Medium
FertiCult Flushing medium is a chemically balanced salt solution (HEPES buffered) used for oocyte pick-up, embryo replacement, sperm injection in ICSI, sperm washing and swim-up techniques in human IVF. The medium can be used in concurrence with FertiCult IVF medium (day 1 and 2 embryo culture) and FertiCult G3 medium (day 3 and 4 embryo culture).
Ferticult G3 Medium
FertiCult G3 medium is a chemically balanced salt solution specifically devised for day 3 and 4 culture in human IVF. The medium can be used as the second sequential medium with FertiCult 1VF medium.
Ferticult IYF Medium
FertiCult IVF medium is a chemically balanced salt solutions for day 1 and 2 culture in human IVF. The medium can be used as the first sequential medium with FertiCult G3 medium.
Iui / Ivf Disposables
Individual packets of gamma radiation sterilised plasticware containing one semen Collection container, two centrifuge tubes, two pipettes and an IUI catheter are available separately.
Sil-Select is FartiPro's gradient system for semen preparation, Sil-Setect Is designed to racover normal and motile spermatozoa from the human ejaculate.
SpermFreeze is a one-step, ready-to-use freezing medium for use with human semen. SpermFreeze contains 15% glycerol and 0.4% HSA, no other additives (e.g. egg-yolk) are needed.
Semen Banking Services
With the increasing spread of AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases (STD) in India the importance of using properly tested and quarantined semen, for the treatment of infertility has attained great importance. In most developed countries the use of fresh untested semen for donor insemination has been discontinued to prevent the spread of these diseases through the insemination procedures. Responding to this situation Cryo-genie has set up Cryobanks to provide ready to use frozen semen samples for donor insemination. These samples are screened and quarantined to ensure safe donor insemination. Stringent criteria are used to select donors and semen samples are processed and preserved under optimized conditions. All the records of semen samples and donors are meticulously maintained under strict confidentiality.
Cryocell (Sperm Counting Chamber)
Leukocyte Screening Test
Most of the human ejaculates contain leukocytes and other round cells. Predominant cell types are neutrophils and immature spermatids and spermatogonia. It is therefore necessary to differentiate types of cells as excessive presence of neutrophils may indicate the existence of reproductive tract infection. Presence of immature spermatids and spermatogonia denote problems i n spermatogenesis.
The Hypo-Osmotic Swelling Test
The HOS test is based on the ability of live spermatozoa to withstand moderate hypo-osmotic stress. Dead spermatozoa whose plasma membranes are no longer intact plasma membranes have no osmoregulatory mechanism active and show uncontrolled swelling resulting in the rupture of their over distended plasma membranes.
Sperm Function Test Kits
The semen analysis is one of the most basic laboratory test for clinical assessment of the infertile couple. Routine semen analysis comprising of parameters like semen count, motility and morphology give fairly good idea of efficiency of spermatogenesis and fertilization ability of sperm. But in many circumstances this data is insufficient to explain cause of infertility and test for functional potential of sperm are necessary. These specialized tests provide valuable diagnostic information not available by routine tests and are useful in such cases.
Laminar Flow Hood 4x2
Seminal Plasma Fructose Test
Fructose is a marker for seminal vesicle function. Its function in the seminal plasma is as a substrate for the glycolytic (Anaerobic) metabolism of the spermatozoa. This is an important energy source for the sperm and exclusion of the seminal vesicular component from the ejaculate will result in almost completely immotile sperm.
Sperm Vitality Staining
The sperm vitality is reflected in the proportion of spermatozoa that are “alive”. It is measured by assessing the ability of sperm plasma memberane to exclude extra-cellular substances like dyes. Sperm vitality should be determined in semen samples with less than fifty percent motile spermatozoa. Vitality assessment also provides check on the accuracy of motility assessments; as the percentage of live spermatozoa should slightly exceed the total percentage of motile spermatozoa. Eosin-Nigrosin staining is used fort assessing vitality. The technique is based on the principle of dead cells will take up the eosin, and as a result stain pink. The Nigrosin provides a dark background, which makes it easier to assess the slides.
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